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14mlehmkuhl(11) Clarified
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That's why the first sentence says they should not be able to look at them?..

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Employers should not look at online profiles. Wei Du from the NBC/MSNBC news station stated the following based on using the internet to search for a potential job candidate,"A March survey by Ponemom Institute found that 35% of managers use Google to look up potential job candidates and 23% look up people on social networking sites before giving them a call. About one-third of these people that are looked up are rejected before they are even given an interview" (1). Anything that is posted online can be seen by future employers before they have even met with the candidate. Many times, people are very different online than they are in person. When someone is inaccurately viewed, the bias against them could already be made regardless of how great of an interview they have. Someone who could have been the most ideal of a worker would now be rejected because of something they commented on, posted, liked, or even viewed online.

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